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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT OF MILWAUKEE, WIS.

Issue 7 and Volume 66.

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT OF MILWAUKEE, WIS. Thomas A. Clancy, chief engineer of the Milwaukee fire department, in his annual report to the mayor and council, states that during the year 4 motor-driven combination pumping engines and hose wagons were purchased and put in service at a cost of $41,100; 7,000 feet of hose was purchased and put in service at a cost of $6,700; and further reports that fire boat No. 15, under order from the United States government inspectors, had to have new furnaces installed in her boilers, which work was done under contract, inspected and accepted by the inspectors at a cost of $9,550. While this work was going on, the boat being out of service, other repairs and alterations were found necessary, and this work also completed at a cost of $2,490.22. “On account of the high cost of material and labor, no money…

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